Originally posted on Dr Bill Wooten:
Because you are freedom. They are not naturally what you are. And as they pass out of you, you feel them. You…
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Originally posted on Dean J. Baker - Poetry, and prose poems:
I see your confession in the lines
the words to fashion and describe
the javelin throw of metaphor
the target begging to be hit, and the reach
of paragraph to portray the arc of light
The bright thunk when it arrives, the wipe
of a napkin across a porkchop face
but I do not feel the blood arise, my soul
itself describe the wisdom
leaking out even as I come back to myself
This is not Rembrandt nor poor Van Gogh
these not the ghosts of a present world
no unearthing scorched on skin, no drought
unsealed by the slim mercurial whim
abruptly putting everything back in place
Nothing in those verbs shifts the shunt of
untouched distance or the love that wakes
when class and magic align in grace
the thrust burst through the lines which shape
all that speaks yet halts to state…
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Originally posted on Bittersweet Nostalgia:
I have decided.
In fact, the tears fell
because I wasn’t happy about it.
But in life, choices made
aren’t simply happiness-based.
We suffer. We smile.
We fall. We stand.
We fight. We yield.
We care. We cry.
We love. We hurt.
And that’s just how it is.
Originally posted on Retcon Poet:
Four teens in a Jeep tumble down a ravine, one of them wearing a seatbelt. Two of them died instantly and the third’s in living hell.
These machinations of chaos have taught me not to fear premature ends- “don’t look for sensible explanations in an asylum”- and brought a sort of peace to my own.
But on the day you
discover I’m spent,
my body dissents,
bent too far
out of its
like an aluminum
know if I ever
anything, my love,
that person was you.
Everything I own will be
yours- these tomes and stories, for when
you’re alone and
shoring up on
wreckage you believed…
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Of late there been this issue of whatsapp vs facebook where there was a lot of complain of whatsApps failure in the social networks, I believe there were some misunderstanding among these users
Originally posted on PandoDaily:
If there were any analysts that had doubts about Facebook’s mobile dominance plans, they have been put to rest. Last week, Facebook announced the $19 billion acquisition of the most popular mobile messaging app, WhatsApp. It is an exciting move by Facebook, which seems to be leaving no stones unturned to make sure it dominates the world’s social networking market.
Santa Clara-based WhatsApp was founded in 2009 by ex-Yahoo engineers, Brian Acton and Jan Koum. The app delivers mobile messaging capabilities irrespective of a phone’s OS by using the phone’s mobile broadband subscription. It is available across multiple platforms including iOS, BlackBerry, Windows, Android, and Nokia. Users are able to exchange texts, images, audio, and video content through the app without paying anything to the wireless carrier. According to a research report by Deloitte, mobile messaging services are gaining popularity, accounting for twice as many messages sent…
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